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Ayanda Dlodlo Communications budget vote speech

Full text: Budget Vote Speech by the Minister of Communications, Ayanda Dlodlo

A total of R1.4-billion is allocated to the Department of Communications in 2017/18, Minister Ayanda Dlodlo revealed in her Budget Vote Speech on 26...
Pravin Gordhan

Send your Budget 2017 tips to Gordhan

As Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan prepares to table the country’s annual Budget in Parliament tomorrow, 22 February, ordinary citizens have been asked to share...

Infographic: 2016 Medium-term Budget numbers

The medium-term budget presented by finance minister Pravin Gordhan this week is somewhat optimistic. He has released funds to tackle some of South Africa’s...

Full text: the mini budget

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his team before the delivery of the mini budget on 26 October 2016. (Image: National Treasury, Facebook)Compiled by Priya...

WATCH LIVE: 2016 Medium-term Budget

Finance minister, Pravin Gordhan, may provide solutions to curb the current drought and university students’ call for free education. (Image: GCIS)Finance minister, Pravin Gordhan,...
Budget 2016: Tough balancing act in a tough global environment

Budget 2016: Tough balancing act in a tough global environment

Both the government and ordinary South Africans need to rein in spending and balance their budgets until we can get the economy growing, attract more investment and create jobs, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said at a media briefing on Thursday.

The full speech: South Africa’s Medium Term Budget Policy Statement 2015

Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene introduced the National Treasury's Medium Term Budget Policy Statement to a joint sitting of Parliament on Wednesday 21 October. Read and download the speech here.

Minister Faith Muthambi: Communications Department Budget Vote 2015/16

Address by the Honourable Minister of Communications, Faith Muthambi, at the presentation of the Department of Communications Budget Vote 2015/16 in the Old Assembly Chamber.

High hopes for South Africa’s low-cost carriers

High hopes for South Africa’s low-cost carriers

With Skywise taking to the air in March, South Africans now have four low-cost carriers to choose from - and already the new entrant appears to have had an impact on end-user fares.

Education, health get lion’s share of KwaZulu-Natal budget

KwaZulu-Natal plans to spend just more than R12-billion on infrastructure projects across the province this year. Schools, hospitals, roads and housing will all get a cash injection to enable construction of much-needed facilities and catalytic projects.


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